Proceedings for ...: Constitution and By-laws with List of Memembers, Volume 18

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Brooklyn Engineer's Club, 1915 - Engineering
Volume for 1897 contains the Constitution and by-laws, with a list of members.

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Page 43 - An act relative to improvements touching the laying out of streets and roads in the city of New- York, and for other purposes," passed April 3, 1807; and the map or plan of said city is hereby altered accordingly.
Page 7 - He shall perform such other duties as may from time to time be assigned to him by the Executive Committee.
Page 5 - SEC. 5. Any person elected after six months of any fiscal year shall have expired may pay only one-half of the amount of dues for that fiscal year; but in that case he shall not be entitled to a copy of the Proceedings for the current year.
Page 2 - Society or for transfer from one grade to another shall embody a concise statement, with dates, of the candidate's professional training and experience ; and shall be in a form and in such detail as may be prescribed by the Board of Direction. It shall be signed by the applicant, and shall contain a promise to conform to the requirements of membership, if elected. The applicant shall furnish the names of at least five Corporate Members to whom he is personally known. Each of these shall I...
Page 137 - F., and when set shall be sufficiently elastic to permit of a slight movement of the pipes without injury to the joints or breaking the adhesion of the compound to the pipes. The compound shall not deteriorate when submerged in fresh or salt water or normal domestic sewage. It shall show no deterioration of any kind when immersed for a period of five...
Page 9 - AMENDMENTS SECTION 1. Proposed amendments to this Constitution must be reduced to writing and signed by not less than ten Active Members, and be submitted and acted upon as follows...
Page 66 - ... proportional to the distance along the rod. The next column gives the correction due to the expansion of the rod from zero to the temperature of observation, computed with the known coefficient of expansion of the rods, namely, 0.000004 per degree Centigrade. The sum of the quantities in the third and fourth columns in any line gives the correction due to the excess of length of the rod at the temperature of observation. For these particular rods, which are long, even at zero, the correction...
Page 77 - T^HE tides are the regular periodic changes in the " level of the sea caused by the attractions of the sun and moon.

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